Undergrad Catalog 2010

Science and Engineering Management Major

 

Belmont’s Science and Engineering Management program is an interdisciplinary major offered for students who wish to combine a broad range of preparation in science with the skills in business for a career in industrial management.


Major in Science and Engineering Management (B.S.) Hours
General Education Core Requirements   58
Major Requirements   53
PHY 1050, Freshman Physics Seminar 1  
CEM 1610, General Chemistry I [General Education (4)] 0  
CEM 1620, General Chemistry II 4  
CEM 3410, Analytical Chemistry I 4  
CEM 4420, Analytical Chemistry II 4  
PHY 2110, 2120, General College Physics I, II 8  
PHY 3110, Analytical Mechanics 3  
PHY 3120, Electricity and Magnetism or
PHY 3230, Thermal Physics
4  
PHY 3240, Atomic Physics 4  
PHY 3350, Physics and Chemistry of Materials 3  
PHY 4015, Physics Senior Capstone 2  
CSC 1110, 1120, Programming I, II 6  
PHY/CEM 1990-4990, Independent Study 4  
MGT 3110, Principles of Management 3  
MGT 3270, Human Resource Management 3  
MGT 4180, Operations Management 3  
Technical Requirements   21
ACC 2410, Accounting Principles 3  
ECO 2210, Principles of Macroeconomics 3  
ECO 2220, Principles of Microeconomics 3  
MTH 1151, Elementary Statistics for the Sciences 3  
MTH 1210, Calculus I [General Education (3)] 1  
MTH 1220, Calculus II 4  
MTH 2210, Calculus III 4  
Three hours selected from the following 3  
ACC 2420, Accounting Principles
BAD 2410, Business Law I
BAD 3120, Business Communications
MGT 4280, Organizational Theory
   
No Minor Required   0
Electives   0
Total   132